Ricoh's Intelligent eDiscovery Blog

The Role of Encryption in Law Firm Data Security

Aug 15, 2017 1:50:43 PM | Marketing

Ricoh USA's David Greetham, Vice President of eDiscovery Sales and Operations and David Levine, Vice President of Information Security and CISO, featured in Law Journal Newsletters.

Written by: David Greetham, Ricoh USA and David Levine, Ricoh USA for Law Journal Newsletters

"Encryption can play a vital role in securing data, but it needs to be considered within the context of a firm’s overall IT security strategy. Whether, when and how to encrypt requires a careful look at what data the firm keeps, and how much protection it needs.

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Topics: Ricoh, David Greetham, Security and Privacy

Webinar Announcement: kCura's 2017 State of the eDiscovery Union

Jan 10, 2017 1:51:03 PM | Marketing

Wednesday, January 11, 2017
2:00 pm - 2:30 pm ET

Besides the growing menace of data creep, what are your fellow eDiscovery practitioners anticipating in the coming year, and how will they prepare? Dean Gonsowski, kCura’s vice president of business development, and David Horrigan, eDiscovery counsel and legal content director, will share their own and other industry experts’ projections for the year ahead.

Yvette Bula, Senior Director, Discovery Solutions, Commonwealth Legal and David Greetham, VP of eDiscovery Sales and OperationsRicoh eDiscovery USare among the experts who contribute their predictions on the 2017 state of the eDiscovery union.

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Topics: David Greetham, Events and Sponsorships

Ethics: Choosing the Cloud

Mar 24, 2016 12:49:58 PM | Marketing

Ricoh USA's Vice President of eDiscovery Sales and Operations, David Greetham, quoted in Legaltech News.

Exploring the three main areas of ethical obligation, cost, competence, and security, and how they apply to cloud computing.

Written by: Babs Deacon, LegalTech News

Cloud has emerged as a powerful way for attorneys and clients to reduce IT overhead while maintaining easy access to data and processes. Consumers, especially attorneys having special, ethical obligations, need to understand the impact of cloud on e-discovery management. An attorney who refuses to consider cloud offerings because of a lack of understanding about the technology is shirking the responsibility to participate competently in the discovery process.


Says Greetham:

“An attorney cannot ignore cloud options because of lack of knowledge or discomfort; there is an ethical responsibility to understand this area of the law to best serve clients. In fact, it’s one that the industry takes seriously.

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Topics: David Greetham, Cloud Services